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Old 06-24-2006, 03:21 PM   #15
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Old 06-29-2006, 12:26 PM   #16
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My travels continue to Bryant Arkansas.

My cousin with her world famous pizza, it was great!

Cousin Laura and her husband Frank

Would you believe Little Rock has a submarine! It is a Turkish submarine.

They also have a paddle wheeler

The riverfront area where concerts and stuff happen

The park area next to the concert area

Our former President's street

Reflecting pool outside the Clinton Library

Budster looking for spots on the rug in a replica of the Clinton Oval Office

View of the outside of the library

Budster fishing and drinking at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri

Doing more of the same

Some views of the lake



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Old 07-06-2006, 04:56 PM   #17
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My BIL on his Missouri style chopper

Some views on Lake of the Ozarks

Mick Jagger's summer place

Nice house on the lake

Shrimp boil, Cajun style

Following the Lewis and Clark Trail

The south won! The Battle of Lexington September 18, 19, 20 1861

The Anderson House in Lexington


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Old 07-19-2006, 08:39 PM   #18
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The following pics are from my visit to Lake of the Ozarks at my brother-in-laws house.

The first St. Patricks Church in the US in the state of Missouri

At the new St. Patricks there is a memorial to Mothers whos names are etched in granite on the walls surrounding a rotating statue of The Virgin Mary.

Frick & Fracks in Missouri

Route 66

Dirt section of route 66

A State Route 66 Museum in Clinton Missouri

At the Drive-In

A nice Indian

A Harley

A Cushman Eagle (I used to have one of these)

A Sears motor driven bicycle (I used to have a similar one made by Travis, my first ˜cycle' at age 11

An early ˜Truck Camper'

1973 Corvette

At the National Route 66 Museum ~ How they used to curl hair!

A recreated Town from the 50s

Camping in Vega Texas

Joanie photographing a dinosaur bone at the best rest stop I've ever seen, located at the east of New Mexico on I40

Crossing the Continental Divide

Campground in Gallup New Mexico


Standing on the corner in Winslow Arizona

This building is being torn down, so this picture is one of the last..

Harley dealer just west of Flagstaff, been there, done that, got the t-shirt

Cooking lunch at the roadhouse across from the Harley dealer (great burgers, compliments to the chef)

No pictures from our last night on the road, we stopped in Needles, CA and it was 118 at 4 pm, then 95 at 6am when we left..... All in all it was a great trip. 4412 miles, lowest gas was $2.53 in Ozark Missouri, highest $3.17 in Barstow CA.

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Jerry, great pictures; we also traveled part of route 66 last year; and also we stopped at a fast food place in Needles in June...it was in the 100F ++
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Outstanding! I also had a sears front wheel drive bike as a kid. Scotty.

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